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Archive for June 18th, 2012

Save the Date(s) – Boulevard Summer Music Festival is Booked

Save the Date(s) – Boulevard Summer Music Festival is Booked

Four free concerts under the stars in the intimate courtyard of Culver City City Hall. The 2012 summer series, produced by Gary Mandell of Culver City’s Boulevard Music, offers something for everyone including world, rockabilly, jazz, Motown, country, and more. WHEN: July 12 – August 2, Thursdays @ 7 pm (City Hall Courtyard opens @ 4:30 pm) Thursday, July 12 @ 7 pm: Eclectic mix of [...]

Metro Station to Open June 20 with Summer Solstice Party

Metro Station to Open June 20 with Summer Solstice Party

Metro will officially open to the public both the Culver City Station and the Farmdale Station along the recently opened Metro Expo Line on Wednesday, June 20 at 12 noon. In addition, it was announced that patrons boarding trains at both the Farmdale and Culver City Station will receive free passes to use the Expo Line on June 20. The public opening of the Culver City Station coincides with [...]

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

What day is this? Ah, 4,000 miles and 14 states and we’ve reached our destination: Hilton Head Island, SC. More on our road trip later. Meanwhile, Culver City seems to be getting along just fine without us: C-CARES, the Culver City Amateur Radio Emergency Service will demonstrate the benefits (and fun) of Amateur Radio at their Emergency Operations Center behind Fire Station 1, 9600 Culver [...]

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

There’s a new way to get a spacecraft into orbit, and it’s a lot cheaper than the old. You just attach it to the bottom of an airplane, fly up to 39,000 feet, drop it, turn on its rocket engine, and it’s off! That’s exactly what NASA did on June 13. when an orbiting X-ray observatory named NuSTAR was boosted into orbit from the skies above Kwajalein Atoll in the central Pacific Ocean, [...]